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[JOB / TEACHING] Processing Teacher, Baruch College

“Digital Interactivity Adjunct Position”

Baruch College is looking for an adjunct to teach “Digital Interactivity” on Thursday evenings, 6:05-9:50 PM in the Fall 2015 semester. The class focuses on Processing, with the possibility of adding some Arduino. Bulletin description follows below.

“Digital Interactivity” is a beginning level elective in Baruch’s New Media Arts undergraduate minor. Prospective candidates must have prior college teaching experience and should be prepared to work with students who have no experience with code, and limited exposure to contemporary art. The ideal candidate will stress the conceptual development of student artwork along with conveying technical skills.

Please submit resumes to with subject line “Digital Interactivity Adjunct Position.”



Bulletin Course Description:

“Digital Interactivity” NMA 3012

User input can affect a wide range of new media artworks that may include animation, sound, web projects, and robotics. In this hands-on introduction, students will learn techniques for harnessing analog and digital inputs to create responsive, interactive artworks. Students will explore functional, ethical, and aesthetic frameworks for interactivity; develop skills to conceptualize, code, and craft their own interactive projects; and discover how to apply digital interactivity in engaging, participatory artworks. Through projects, experiments, lectures, readings, and field trips, this course introduces New Media Arts students to programming and microcontrollers; no previous programming experience is necessary. Prerequisite: NMA 2050, Introduction to New Media Arts.